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of progression of slowly dismantling the campaign-finance laws, the foundation of those laws we got in the 1970's. citizens united is by far the biggest there. upcoming case will be another one, the listing rules for aris. and potentially some court watchers believe, he could not down the benefits given to candidates and parties themselves. so, the citizens united is the most high-profile decision on this issue, but very much in a string of cases and we do not know how this is going to and yet either. marianne from tennessee on our line for independents. good morning. caller: good morning. i have a question about dark money. when the representatives who are supposed to be representing us shut down the government over obamacare, the stock market went down. resumed, iternment went up the same day. since these representatives get a heads up on the market movements, how many of them made money, who were they, and how much? host: andy kroll. guest: that is a good question. that gives back to what the previous color said about the stock act. there is absolutely the for them to act on information they h
. >> the problem with obamacare is not just the website, it's the law. i heard from hundreds of constituents who see premiums rise and policies cancelled. many are losing their plans. >> after a failed strategy to kill the law by shutting the government split the party in two, republicans are unified in attacking problems on the website which, when functioning, will help millions obtain shirns under obamacare. >> i don't think anybody would deny the fact on either side of the political either. these facts are nothing short of a disaster. >> when pressed marilyn tavenner was unable to say how many people got insurance through the website. >> are you getting the numbers? >> am i getting the unless? not yet. >> you have no numbers of. >> we'll have them available mid-november. >> if you don't have insurance by 31 march, you face a fine. as the problems persist democrats are joining the call to delay the deadline. marilyn tavenner vowed to fix what is wrong. >> i want to assure you healthcare.gov can and will be fixed. we are working around the clock to deliver the shopping experience you deserve.
there are different needs in different communities? and i think perhaps the law enforcement folks feel the cultures in the communities and see that come out in the adults. i would like to hear about how do you affect a culture and even in san francisco we have many cultures affecting what is valued, what is criticized. >> you know i think that richard touched upon this. it's a relationship of power and it's clearly going to differ from community to community; right. when i was telling you i was picked because because i didn't speak english or at all initially there were only about 5% of us that were hispanic in the school and wouldn't be the case if 95% are hispanic and english speaking as a second language, but i think the way that we can deal with the issue is we ought to first of all start with the notion of respect for others, and respect for others can work across the line. it doesn't necessarily mean -- it doesn'tly has to deal with the culture. is how we treat one another? and i think we have to be very clear in our educational process and the communication to our people and what is accep
at the university of washington law school in 1965 during his freshman term. he was a brilliant young man with a warm and friendly smile. it was his intellect and love for this country that made him an outstanding leader. he served as chairman of the house agriculture committee and worked hard bringing these two issues together allowing chairman foley to have support in the house for both. he believed in and practiced ability and bipartisanship. his view was after the elections were over, democrats and republicans should work together to deal with a national legislative agenda. seeing his strong leadership qualities and the belief in getting things done for the american people, speaker tip o'neill appointed him to be the with and he was unanimously elected to be our majority leader and then our speaker in 1989. he worked closely with bob michael and they remain great friends after they left congress. later, president clinton named speaker foley to be our ambassador to japan. as a staffer to war and, i worked with him on the spokane world's in the created traumatic change for the largest c
in on the health care law's fate. until recently, many had not felt the impact obamacare would have on their everyday lives. but as premiums increase, paychecks fall and individuals face tax penalties in the coming months, people are rightfully outraged and they want their voices heard. >> we're going to talk about it right now with cal thomas. he's a syndicated columnist and fox news contributor. kristy setzer, the president of new heights communications and former spokesperson for former vermont governor howard dean. good to see both of you. >> hi. >> good to be here. >> cal, i'm going to start with you on this. i want to ask you, what do you think is the best move for republicans next? >> since they don't own this, arrest they will, there was not a single republican vote in congress for obamacare. i think they should get out of the way and let the full impact be felt by the american people. the initial preview of coming attractions is already out there. look, centralized government never works. it didn't work in the roman empire. it didn't work in the soviet union. both of which
can expect if washington democrats continue their stubborn defense of this partisan law. now, mr. president, on another .atter politicians regularly come to washington promising fiscal responsibility. since congress passed the bca with overwhelming bipartisan , washington has actually reduced the level of government spending for two years running. the bca savings are such a big deal that the president inpaigned on it endlessly 2012. he bragged about the bipartisan .uts he told audiences from california to baltimore that he signed $2 trillion in spending cuts into law. like to say these days, elections matter and the president explicitly stated that he put these on the back of the bipartisan spending cuts. fromet the exit polls november. two thirds said raising taxes to cut the deficit was a nonstarter. whiched to obamacare, more voters said they wanted to repeal, the levels of support are striking. if our friends on the other side contradict -- keep obamacare contradicted by the then have to called the mandate for reducing the size of government day superman date -- a super manda
the law. we have no idea if that's true. we are clueless as to whether or not that's true. because this process has become in a way a pro forma kind of process with contractors, and the reason the contractors were off the reservation is because they bid an amount and that contractor wanted to make money so that was time to cut corners. you wanted to make your number, you wanted to make money, you just turned it in, you just pretended like you did. so i agree with the chair and the ranking member that this is time for all of us to really, you know, quit nibbling around the edges on this thing and let's get to the meat of the matter. saying that seattle doesn't ve a police report, that dog doesn't hunt in this context. that just doesn't work. and mr. lewis, i have a specific question for you. my subcommittee has learned that we have a bunch of felons on navy installations. e have learned that the navy was giving these contractors 28 temporary passes at the git-go without any checks on anybody. is that true? >> this was a subject of a d.o.d. i.g. report and the navy has looked into th
insurance. that has been one of president obama's key selling points for his new health care law. >> if you've got health insurance, it doesn't mean a government takeover. you keep your own insurance. if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. >> but four sources deeply involved in the affordable care act tell nbc news between 45% to 50% can expect to find a cancellation letter in the past year. the reason, their existing policies do not meet the minimum standards mandated by the new health care law. 2010 obama care regulations do cite a normal turnover in the individual insurance market. now the white house is pushing back on the investigation. josh ernest tweeted, quote, that's "a," not new, and "b," not caused by aca. it's a problem aca will solve. for more, head to nbcnews.com. >>> also on monday the obama administration granted a six-week extension without penalty to sign up for coverage. the new deadline now is march 31th. >>> now to the other issue causing white house headaches. those u.s. spy games around the world. president obama is now calling for programs monitoring our alli
selling points for his new health care law. >> if you got health insurance, it doesn't mean a government takeover. you keep your own insurance. if you like your plan you can keep your plan. >> but four sources deeply involved in the affordable care act tells nbc news between 50% and 75% of americans can expect a cancellation letter over the next year. that's because their existing policies don't meet the standards mandated by the new health care law. 2010 obama care regulations also cite a normal turnover in the insurance market. the white house is pushing back on nbc's investigation. deputy press secretary tweeting, quote that's a, not new and b, not caused by aca. for more head to nbcnews.com. the obama administration granted a six week delay. >>> now the u.s. spy games around the world. president obama is now calling for programs monitoring our allies to stop but new complaints allege the nsa also tapped international private citizens. nbc's tracie potts joins us live from washington. good morning. we're hearing there are calls for a major review? >> reporter: exactly. the president s
care law and drawing parallels with another high-profile launch that had its share of problems. before there was obama care, there was romney care. the massachusetts law that was a model for the affordable care act, visiting boston, president obama says the comparison still holds. >> because you guys had a proven model that we building the affordable care act on this template. >> reporter: the president spoke in the same spot where mitt romney his former rival signed the massachusetts law seven years ago. with many having their plans cancel, even after the president promised that they could keep them the president says they will be happen happy with a new plan. >> if you are getting a better just shop around and you'll get a better deal 230678? that means it's higher monthly costs than paid under their olds plan. >> you go in to the exchange. >> reporter: republicans attacked the changes and the person in charge of them. hhs secretary. who became the second top official to apologize for the healthcare.gov problems. >> told me accountable. >> reporter: applicants financial data could co
the shooting began, is a public area and really controlled by law enforcement. and so far from what we see, everyone responded appropriately. sesomeone walked into an airport and started shooting. >> one person passed away and this could have been far, far worse. it was a a according to plan. >> he walked in with a bag and took out a gun and opened fire. >> a lot of officers are learned about behavioral manners. people that have travel being ay and that may come out as well. and there training i in antiterror. it continued past the security check point. and the dramatic video of people racing through the terminal. is there any instruction or agents in law enforcement are given in this scenario to make sure that they don't wound innocent people in the crossfire? >> when thi there is gunfire pee are going to be scattering. they are going to be running for their lies. -- lives. you can see there were exit doors wide open and able to accommodate en.or. accommodate everyone. and people running away and law enforcement running to the danger. zpla>>tit was praif brave a and. has the system got
, director comey was his first law clerk when he was a new judge on the district court bench in the southern district of new york. and most importantly director comey's wife, patrice. thank you for taking part in today's ceremony. we are also pleased to have director and mrs. comey's children, maureen, kate, brian, claire, and abby. welcome. also director comey's brother and sister, trish, peter, and chris, we welcome you. and a special welcome to director comey's father brian, welcome. we are here today for two purposes. first as many of you know director comey was sworn in during a private ceremony in attorney general holder's office on september 4th. but we reviewed the rules and regulations and determined that oath was invalid because his spouse was not holding the bible. so officially i've been director. and second equally important we wanted to be able to officially welcome director comey and his family into the fbi family. we are all honored to mark this occasion along with director comey's family and his close friends. now with those who are seated, the few, please rise for the prese
the troubled rollout for the law. tech problems playing the website. republicans and some dems are calling for a one year delay of the penalties people would face if they don't get some kind of coverage. >> more testimony on capitol hill over what led to the affordable care acts botched debut. next in line for questioning, marlin tavenner will testify. >> on wednesday, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will be questioned about the problem-plagued on line exchange. she will be the most high profile figure to testify on the rolling outout. it will be her first time on capitol hill since the october 1 launch of the website. republicans have called for her resignation, but president obama said he still has faith in her. >> penn state university is getting ready to pay out $60 million to victims of former football coach jerry sandusky, announcing settlements with 26 accusers. this comes more than a year after sandusky was accused of 45 counts of child sex abuse and sent to prison for life. penn state president rodney erickson called the settlements another step forward in th
billion deficit. congress passed a law to get rid of that shortfall by raising insurance premiums and eliminating those federal subsidies. roughly 1 million homeowners in flood zones will see their rates skyrocket. in the next years, mae's premium could jump from $60 to more than $9,000. >> i couldn't handle that. >> reporter: impossible? >> impossible, yes. >> that could have been avoided. >> reporter: congresswoman maxime waters co-sponsored the bill. but now says she never expected her own legislation could have such a devastating impacted. >> we did have unexpected consequences. some that we talked about are outrageous, we're going to go through the program piece by piece and fix it. >> reporter: waters blames fema the federal emergency management agency for bungling the like callaher. what's the question for fema? >> i don't have a lot of questions for fema. i have directions for fema. >> reporter: waters said it will order fema while it fills the budget gap. that's good news for mae callahar who can't afford the higher premiums. >> that's probably that i'll have to go withou
countries who have gotten the label law in place. >>> tracking weather with an hour by hour forecast, wusa9's first alert weather. >> hi. >> she's back. >> hey. i missed you guys, too. it turns out that i won't probably be doing boot camp again. i'm thinking that was so last year. >> really? >> yeah. i'm thinking that probably wasn't the best idea. so, once we get all the crutches, we're going to do some smooth things, you know, pilates. not that hot yoga stuff you do. that's intense. oh no. >> welcome back. >> thank you. it's great to be back. >> i had a full head of hair before i sat behind you. >> all right, 49 today was the high. the coleseed coldest day so far. our average high is 62. let's start with a live look outside. it's our live michael and son weather cam. temperature 45. dew points pretty low. dew points 20. relative humidity 37%. it's pretty dry air mass. winds out of the east at 6 and going to continue out of the east for some component of the east for the next few days. in fact, we're looking at the chance for some clouds tonight. high and mid level clouds tonight
at the bottom of the hour, i'll speak with hln law enforcement analyst, mike brooks, about that option. is it serious, is it realistic and would it have prevented this attack. mike brooks joining me late they are hour. >>> other news we're following. if you're thinking about applying for obama care notice middle of the night on the east coast, think again. a message on healthcare.gov says the online application will not be valk from 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. eastern every night. obviously central, rocky mountain, pacific time zones earlier. being taken down for repairs. the administration is working to fix problems that have plagued the site. officials have promised it will be functioning well for most users. the vast majority, they say by the end of the month. president obama goes on the road this week to make another pitch for the affordable care act. last week it was boston. this wednesday the president travels to dallas. eel thank local volunteers for helps consumers enroll in health care plans. and the president getting help from hollywood. elizabeth cohen has details. >> celebrities
to clarify the law and those past remarks from the president. >> what everybody said all along there will be changes brought about by the affordable care act to provide minimum standard of coverage. so it's true that there are existing health care plans on the individual market that don't meet those minimum standards and, therefore, do not qualify for the are affordable care act. >> lisa myers will be on "morning joe" at the top of the hour at 6:00 a.m. some news outside of d.c. to talk about. a federal judge blocked a key part of a texas law toughening access to abortions one day before the law was set to take effect. the judge threw out the portion that required doctors who perform the procedures to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals 30 miles or less away. critics say it would have forced 1/3 of the state's clinics to shut down. wendy davis filibustered the legislation over the sum per the bill ultimately passed and davis is now running for governor against attorney general greg abbott who has already promised to appeal the judge's ruling. >>> the virginia governor
of discontent towards law enforcement in this community. today, nearly 1500 demonstrators are expect today pack on the pressure at yet another rally. as you -- as this is going on, we're also learning new details about the sheriff's deputy who shot andy lopez last week. he's identified as 48-year-old gelhaus. hees been with the sonoma county sheriff's department for more than 20 years. gelhaus is also a field training officer and firearm instructor. the sheriff's office says his deputies feel terrible about what happened. >> horrible tragedy for all involved. >> gelhaus is a veteran of the iraq war and contributor to several gun web sites and mack sooens. meanwhile take a look at lopez memorial. there is very little sympathy for gelhaus for andy lopez. to walk out of class again at 10:00 this morning, and demonstrators streets not the sidewalks. reporting live in santa rosa. back to the studio. >> kate, any word on what demonstrators plan to do today? >> well, michelle, according to the facebook page, the group plans to gather at the old -- i believe, tg old courthouse square, and then march to
of mickey mouse. it would have diverted them to a website that said, stob, you're violating federal law. it messed with -- messed is a technical term, but messed with dns, a bad idea. it's different. i think conflating them -- this is a -- this is sort of how things work in a democracy and because we are in a politically difficult situation, maybe it's moving a little more slowly, but i do think we're going to be able to bring them around, and when you talk on the hill, five years ago we probably had this experience, five years ago, they said get out of the way, kid, why bother with the cyber stuff? they get it. we're on a path to fix these things. you will have significant objections though, and one of the things we're not dealing with when i put on the think tank hat what i think is snowden episode, it's not accidental. it's planned, a nonstate actor engaging in information against the u.s.. we have a new kind of opponent, new conflict, we're not doing well in dealing with it right now, and these are things we have to overcome, but i am positive we can overcome them. >> just this part
with the law once again, but the news isn't all bad. how he could avoid jail time all together. >>> still plenty of clouds rolling across our skies right now. will we see anymore rain drops? we'll talk about that coming up. >>> we have a new accident now near the airport near sfo northbound 101 access road. we'll have all the latest details. is it causing delays? all your highlights after the break. blach ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, someth >>> well, a scary surprise for hayward man as he watched a movie inside his bedroom. out on the streets a ford mustang crashed through his wall, stopped right next to him, car barely missed him. >> banged the wall and flash. first thought is, wow, again, because it happened about, like, nine to eight years ago. >> well, the fire department says speed may have been a factor in the crash. nobody was hurt fortunately, but the mustang driver pointed out to gonzales that his car was totalled. by the way, the apartment, well, they are, too. ten residents are now displaced until they can make some repairs. >>> felony charges against singer chris brown and his bodyguard
trial began in milwaukee today on wisconsin's voter i.d. law. it's the latest flashpoint in a nationwide battle over such measures. the wisconsin law requires a driver's license or other photo i.d. to vote. republicans say it targets fraud. democrats argue the law discriminates because the poor and minorities are less likely to have such i.d.s. wall street opened the week with a relatively calm day. the dow jones industrial average gained 23 points to close at 15,639. the nasdaq rose 14 points. to still ahead on the newshour, the largest penalty ever for insider trading on wall street. egypt's ousted president morsi's defiant day in court. what it's like to support a family of seven on $8 an hour. taxing marijuana in colorado and other initiatives on the ballot tomorrow. >> plus a trov of 1500 paintings looted by the nazis found in a munich apartment. >> ifill: today's insider trading plea by the hedge fund, s.a.c. capital advisers, was notable not just for its financial penalty but also for the prosecutors' pursuit of criminal charges against the firm. jeffrey brown takes a deeper look
. i first met him at the university of washington law school in 1965 during his freshman term. he was a brilliant young man with a warm and friendly smile. it was his intellect and love for this country that made him an outstanding leader. he served as chairman of the house agriculture committee and worked hard bringing these two issues together allowing chairman foley to have support in the house for both. he believed in and practiced ability and bipartisanship. his view was after the elections were over, democrats and republicans should work together to deal with a national legislative agenda. seeing his strong leadership qualities and the belief in getting things done for the american people, speaker tip o'neill appointed him to be the whip and he was unanimously elected to be our majority leader and then our speaker in 1989. he worked closely with bob michael and they remain great friends after they left congress. later, president clinton named speaker foley to be our ambassador to japan. as a staffer to war and, i worked with him on the spokane world's in the created traumati
tried to swallow drugs. his family said he was not detained in a lawful way. they say the beating he received, according to maryland law is a wrongful death. the medical examiner declared his death a homicide but prosecutors did not press charges against the officers involved. city police have no comment on this lawsuit. i'm mike schuh reporting from police head quarters. >> thank you. >>> a masked man opened fire and killed a person on halloween. it was just before 8:00 police responded to railroad avenue. rene achila was shot and died at the hospital. police think it was a robbery. anyone with information is urged to call anne arundel county police. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up we all have our little tricks. mom swaps one of my snacks for a yoplait. i don't mind i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week for a yoplait. and everybody wins. yoplait. it is so good. >>> well it's hal
and transitioned into more. you think it would have accepted and gotten this to become law. >> the answer is no. neil: every administration. >> the democrats and the republicans. >> people had to give up their health care. neil: someone is lying. >> the president light. it is a sad day. >> but is not a sad day when the republicans live. neil: let me ask you this, now admitting that they knew that some people were going to lose policies. i just wish i would have known that or that would have been said in selling this. now, to his point where there would have made a difference, i don't know. i think it would have changed. >> barely got it through. absolutely. obama says, keep your doctor. no problem. neil: now they are transitioning transitioning. >> moving over. it. neil: you are a great lawyer. we are doing a segment. it would you call it transitioning when you know you are losing something end going to pay a lot more? >> no, if you're paying a lot more calm but you don't want to acknowledge. neil: you said some people, including yourself. what does that tell you? >> how do you want to it -- ne
are starting to understand what the health care law means to them. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ann marie. the president has become known for doing this when he's pushing a plan. he hits the road, tries to sell it directly to the american people. so he will do that this week as will some cabinet officials this time around. fanning out around the country, trying to get people to sign up. meanwhile, here in washington, more hearings are scheduled into the problems. president obama hits the road this week to build public support for the affordable care act. sunday a senior white house aide insisted the president was told the healthcare.gov website would work on day one but says that's no excuse. >> it is getting this website working so that millions of americans have access to quality affordable health insurance. >> reporter: the website repeatedly crashed in first month and was down for repairs this weekend. a new poll shows 48% of believe the government has done a poor job of implementing the health care law. >> the website failures are absolut
. >> a law enforcement official tells the "associated press" shooting-suspect paul ciancia is heavily sedated as armed guards keep watch over him. police charged the 23-year-old in friday's deadly shooting at los angeles international airport. officers shot ciancia four times to end the shooting rampage. but before the suspect was taken to the hospital an official says he told them he acted alone. >> he had the gun down like this. >> reporter: passenger scott screen witnessed the shooting. he was among the more than 100 people who ran for their lives. >> doesn't make sense to me. i thought, you know, well, that guy had a gun and no one was there to stop him. >> reporter: court papers reveal ciancia left a letter saying he made a conscious decision to try to kill. investigators say he targeted tsa acts. transportatio security administration officer 39-year-old gerardo hernandez was killed. two other tsa employees and a passenger were wounded. ciancia does not have a history of mental illness, but we know he texted his family recently saying that he was very unhappy to the point where his fathe
. and how laws might affect them. host: martin williams, story editor for "mother jones." appreciate you coming on and appreciate all the "mother jones" reporters and editors who joined us this morning. angst for doing it. that is our chauffeur today. we will see you tomorrow at 7:00 a.m.. we will send you to the senate homeland affairs [captioning[cay national captioning institute] committee. performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> the circumstances that led to this tragedy are multidimensional. many issues raised by the tragedy such as the accuracy of our gun laws and the quality of our mental health care are outside the purview of this committee. as we have learned more about aaron alexis, a number of my colleagues and i have been asking each other why a troubled unstable individual possessed a security clearance from the united states government. why was he originally granted a security clearance when he did not disclose his arrest record on his application? why did the investigator responsible for looking into that arre
called the n.s.a. - this is a quote - accused them of systematic vialition af law by my government that created a moral duty to act. joining us now to dissect how the information is being received in germany. a correspondent for the weekly magazine. thank you for joining us from washington d.c. >> good morning. >> talk about this letter from edward snowden. what do you make of the letter? >> edward snowden wrote the letter and provided it to a member of the german parliament. a well-known left activist. he made it personally, travelled to moscow, the first politician to meet edward snowden in moscow. and he asked edward snowden to writ it down. germany is investigating n.s.a.'s activities. edward snowden would be a perfect witness to testify in front of a parliamentary inquiry. edward snowden said he would be willing to come to germany but is asking for legal status that secures his future. >> how realistic do you think that is? can you see it happening? >> i don't expect it to happen in real life. it's a symbolic act, a gesture from him. it puts pressure on the german government.
the fisa law. we do not want to send letters critiquing how you do or don't do your job, and then we only learn about it when more intelligence is disclosed from leakers. i want to know -- and this would also require all denials and modification of fisa orders and any new or changed legal interpretation of fisa. i would like to know from you, and we will start with general alexander, would there be any arm sources and methods of >> i am notchange? familiar with this. not that i know of. least, the way you have described it, giving access to the committee on certain things, it is our intent, any time we see something significant like that, to report it to the committee. it seems to me they have a different window -- a better window -- on what is going on, and anything they see as an issue should be shared with us. so if there need to be changes made, we could do that. mr. cole? >> congressman, think the real issue comes down to what is in the application, what is in order, what is in the filing in the fisa court, and that may implicate sources and methods, and the nature of that disclosure
romney signed that law which was the model for the affordable care act. mike viqueira joins us now from the white house. mike, over to you. >> reporter: the president went on offense with all its problems andrew a parallel with a through had its glitches. president obama said the comparison still holds. >> because you guys had a proven model that we built the affordable care act on this template. >> reporter: the president spoke in the same spot that mitt romney, his former rival, signed the massachusetts law several years ago. now with the health plan canceled he promised that they could keep them, there is a new plan. >> if you're getting one of these letters just shop around in the new marketplace. >> well, go to the exchanges. >> if you can, will you? >> on capitol hill a rockier questioning for kathleen sebelius. >> you deserve better. i apologize. i'm accountable to you for fixing these problems. >> republicans charged the website was not secure and applicant's financial data could be compromised. >> would you agree to shut down the system and do an end to end security test. >> no
retained a law firm that specializes in motorcycle cases to file this lawsuit against the city and county of san francisco and the firefighters at the wheel. 43-year-old michael quinn. >> this is a huge case. normally we don't put a dollar amount in the complaint but this is certainly an 8 figure case in our view. >>reporter: lawsuit says michael quinn drove the city of san francisco fire department fire truck under the influence of alcohol with conscious disregard for the rights and safety of others. quinn is under criminal investigation for driving ladder truck under the influence of alcohol. he was caught on bar surveillance camera just after the crash chugging pitcher of water. i team reported that the fire department is investigating whether other firefighters tried to help quinn avoid dui arrest. test results hours after the crash found quinn with point 13 blood alcohol level. jack frazier suffered several broken rib, punks urd lung, breaken leg ankle foot neck back injuries. his recovery has been difficult. >> he has been twice rehospitalized since spending about a month in
howard street into a fire hydrant. frazier retained a law firm that specializes in motorcycle cases to file this lawsuit against the city and county of san francisco and the firefighters at the wheel. 43-year-old michael quinn. >> this is a huge case. normally we don't put a dollar amount in the complaint but this is certainly an 8 figure case in our view. >>reporter: lawsuit says michael quinn drove the city of san francisco fire department fire truck under the influence of alcohol with conscious disregard for the rights and safety of others. quinn is under criminal investigation for driving ladder truck under the influence of alcohol. he was caught on bar surveillance camera just after the crash chugging pitcher of water. i team reported that the fire department is investigating whether other firefighters tried to help quinn avoid dui arrest. test results hours after the crash found quinn with point 13 blood alcohol level. jack frazier suffered several broken rib, punks urd lung, breaken leg ankle foot neck back injuries. his recovery has been difficult. >> he has been twic
. frazier retained a law firm that specializes in motorcycle cases to file this lawsuit against the city and county of san francisco and the firefighters at the wheel. 43-year-old michael quinn. >> this is a huge case. normally we don't put a dollar amount in the complaint but this is certainly an 8 figure case in our view. >>reporter: lawsuit says michael quinn drove the city of san francisco fire department fire truck under the influence of alcohol with conscious disregard for the rights and safety of others. quinn is under criminal investigation for driving ladder truck under the influence of alcohol. he was caught on bar surveillance camera just after the crash chugging pitcher of water. i team reported that the fire department is investigating whether other firefighters tried to help quinn avoid dui arrest. test results hours after the crash found quinn with point 13 blood alcohol level. jack frazier suffered several broken rib, punks urd lung, breaken leg ankle foot neck back injuries. his recovery has been difficult. >> he has been twice rehospitalized since spending about
details. >> reporter: the restrictions prompted protests in the state capitol. those who opposed the law said it would make abortion impossible in parts of texas because it required doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of a clinic. federal district judge lee yeakel wrote that it's without rational basis in the path of a woman seeking an abortion. the judge also ruled that restrictions on abortion medications can be uncons sugsal, but only if they stop a doctor from prescribing them to protect the life or health of a woman. >> and this bill is an example. >> reporter: the fight over restrictions grew national attention this summer when democratic state senator wendy davis stood for 13 hours in a filibuster against them in june. the measures ultimately passed. the state has already appealed this decision. and state officials say they believe this case will ultimately be decided at the appellate level or even at the u.s. supreme court. anna werner, cbs news, dallas. >>> chinese officials expect that an incident in beijing's tiananmen square was a suicide attack
of this law and they are being forced to buy more coverage than they wanted to buy and pay more for it because of how the obamacare is written. not every person who is losing their insurance because of these changes is a victim. >> i will concede the changes are happening that have been every four years. this usually 12 month contract. health insurance companies change those policies every year. this is not because of the affordable health care act, the changes that are happening because of the act are you cannot take away benefits, you can't deny insurance because of pre-existing conditions. they were policies people would get canceled once they got sick. that is not health insurance. connell: the game you're talking about, people have to change their policies and many times are changing more. the may not have known that and now they are paying more. >> we had to keep in mind because of obamacare, the affordable care act, you now have options, you now have affordable options that you didn't have before an individual marketplace because they just weren't regulated. now they're going to have to
are multidimensional. the issues raised by this tragedy such as the adequacy of our gun laws and the quality of mental health care are outside the purview of this committee. but as we have learned more about aaron alexis a number of my colleagues and i have been asking each other why such a troubled unstable individual possessed a security clearance from the united states government. why was he originally granted a security parents when he did not disclose his arrest record on his application? why did the investigator responsible for looking into that arrest rights quote retaliated by deflating someone's tires instead of disclosing alexis had shot those tires. we also wonder how such violence could have taken place at the navy yard which is more secure than just about any workplace in our country. in a br tragedy is not the only reason members of congress are questioning the quality of the background checks. the edward snowden case of course raises many of the same questions so have wikileaks disclosures by private bradley manning. just yesterday we learned the department of justice has joined a lawsu
reports. and if that requires coming to an understanding with law enforcement across the country, i would be shocked, having worked with so many police officers, that they would not be willing to have an understanding with the federal government on this given what is at stake for the country. one of the things that concern me also is that i heard the discussion between -- judge, between you and mr. tester on lawsuit.e of the uses in 2011, coming before the committee, i wasn't a member of the committee then. wasthe fact that this suit , you didn't feel that you could share that information. i understand you have to go to justice on it vice so i'm not being critical, but what i would be critical of is why wasn't -- this seems to me a core issue of oversight which is need to know that now we are seeing obviously some of the consequences of perhaps a part of this being uses -- obviously with snowden and what we are seeing in other cases. and it really troubles me to think that this would be sealed. was there any discussion about how this is a very important piece of information that the commi
the pay phone. guest: he was thinking if that law must tapped, all of the other phones were tapped. host: that is what triggered the mole hunt for several decades? guest: it was the russian walking in and saying, you have a problem. host: let's go to charles, tampa, florida, republican caller. caller: there was a book written and sold in bookstores about robert hanssen, and i.t. specialists. guest: i wrote that book. it is called "spy." host: "spy: the inside story." caller: this mole and story today is about the same man? no.it was about the first -- no. it was about the first mole hunt in the fbi. after that, there were at least three. there was a man named richard miller and a man named earl pitts. then there was robert hanssen, who was sentenced to life in prison. i was writing about the very first mole, a man named dick. caller: was their concern about the first mole that you wrote about? does this indicate there may be other people having secrets to the other agencies in the -- outside of the fbi. guest: they always have to suspect there might be some sort of internal problem. ther
it gets started, but number two, make sure it is then local forces that are enforcing the law. we've done this effectively in the philippines. we've had a presence there for quite a while. they're battling insurgents of a variety of different stripes down there. you know, it's been by and large effective. there's been a recent uptick here in the last couple of months, but no u.s. person has ever fired a shot. but we have been integral in the success there. same is true in the horn of africa to some degree. we've worked with ethiopia and kenya and burundi and ghana, it is not something being dictated by the united states of america. i think that, too, would help, if we continue to build that local partner capacity which, as i've said, we've done effectively. we need to do more of it. and then, yes, let us true to get to the point where with we actually fund our government. we'll leave it at that. and i also think the last thing, the last thing i'll say is we also need to better manage expectations as to what the u.s. can do. i think a large part of our problem with allies like israel and s
and share information across the federal government and with state and local law enforcement. at the president's direction and under the leadership of the director of o.m.b., o.p.m. has been and will continue to work with its cleat on the performance accountability council to conduct the 120-day review of the oversight and implementation of nurt, credentially and fitness standards for individuals working at federal if a sifments our review will focus on steps that can be taken to strengthen these processes and the implementation of solutions. the tragic events at the navy yard as well as recent high profile security breaches highlight the need to be ever vigilant it in ensuring individuals entrusted with classified information and more generally individuals with physical access to federal facilities and information do not present a risk of farm to the national security or to the safety of our employees in our workplaces. and to the end of improving our processes and procedures, i thank you for the opportunity to testify regarding all of these issues. i will be happy to answer
. we already have serious set back, unfortunately, in the economy, in law and order. and i hope it's all reversible. >> reporter: the prime minister is georgia's richest man and denies he'll continue to influence after he steps down. georgia is about to begin a new era of parliamentary democracy, although it's unclear where the real power will reside. al jazeera, tiblisi. >> a little more of what we have coming up. some people making the best of the storm. but for many in britain it's far from fun for them. >>> thpowerful figurers meeting. and the red sox bring the team up. >> to argentina where they have managed to keep control of the midterm elections. so the only result from the victory party in four of the largest districts i. what does it mean? >> reporter: putting on a brave face. argentina's ruling party celebrating even though it has been confirmed that they have lost in key districts in the country. >> we will continue to build this dream of a better argentina said the vice president defian defiantly. in buenos aires province, the president's former chief of staff now arri
at him. gill house firearms instructor who has written articles for law enforcement publication on the use of deadly force. >> we get inside look tonight at the disheveled mess left hyped when elderly residents abruptly moved out of their castro valley home on saturday. came after the state suspended the center license and after a staff called the 911. 7 news reporter laura anthony talked with the attorney that claims the residents were abandoned. >> slippers on the floor. empty bottle on tables. unmade bed. scenes the residents of castro valley nursing home moved in and out a hurry. but the attorney for the facility says saturday rapid evacuation by the sheriff's department was over reaction only 3 staff members caring for 14 patients and that the owner would never put her clients in danger. >> whole out doors and evidence of the fact that she was willing to speak social security residents the and trophy take folk that captain afford to pay 3000 dollars. >>reporter: manuel notified by state postal service that is her license was temporarily suspended effective thursday. al
and they've earned, and in accordance with the law. everyone's rights must be protected. >> a senior defense official tells nbc news there are 114 national guard sites not complying with the policy. >>> the skies might soon be just a little bit friendlier after a decision from the faa affecting the millions of us that fly each year. passengers will now be able to use smart phones, tablets, and ereaders on board. that includes during takeoff and landing as long as everything is in airplane mode, but you still won't be able to use your phone to make calls or send text messages during flight. the faa says airlines must prove their planes won't be affected by the rule change and many are clamoring to be the first. >>> the new york police department's controversial stop and frisk policy is back in the news. a federal appeals court has put a stop to the major overhaul of the program. in august the judge ruled the practice violated civil rights, but the decision late thursday keeps it going for now. opponents contend the stop and frisk unfairly targets minorities while police say it's vital
including conspiring to intercept voice mail messages. accused of putting themselves above the law to invade people's private lives for increased newspaper sales. >> i'm sure they thought that nobody was going to catch them. nobody would take them on. if they took them on the revenge, the organization can't get hit. >> reporter: this scandal closed the "news of the world" in 2011. hugely profitable and no wonder, it had stories no one else could match. in an e-mail, a royal reporter asked the editor for permission to illegally pay a police officer for confidential phone directories of the royal family. this is fine, responded coulson, who went on to become press secretary to britain's prime minister david cameron. and how this for an iconic twist? this week the two senior editors had their own private lives exposed in that headlines of the tabloids when it was revealed they had a secret, six-year love affair, proof said the prosecution they conspired together to break the law. dan and bianna? >> we're learning more and more about this scandal. thank you so much. >>> time for a check of the o
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